American Airlines and Aircell yesterday tested their inflight Internet product on two 767-200 flights between New York JFK and Los Angeles, while the carrier announced that its fourth-quarter capacity cuts will include cessation of service at eight airports. The Internet test was free for passengers, but AA eventually will charge $9.95-$12.95 for the vast majority of the Gogo service, which is expected to be more widely available in the coming weeks, according to press reports. AA initially ...

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